Prokorov wrote: Claud wrote:
Prokorov wrote:Kyrie put the team on his back in the 4th and hit big shot after big shot.
Kyrie is now averaging 29/6/5 on 65 TS% with a 52/44/95 shooting line.
That is ABSURD. a 6'2 player at 65 TS% on that high a volume is nothing short of spectacular. and his is grinding it out on D while hitting clutch shots.
He's been ridiculous as a Net, even last year he was INSANE.
I hope he can continue to heal himself because he's a PHENOMENAL NBA player and champion.
We need Ky to win it all, period.
Yeah. KD is great. KD is a better player. but right now, Kyrie is carrying us. Even in the loss to cleveland, kyrie made the winning plays (down 3 stole it from ossman and hit a 3... then had a offensive rebound/putback to tie it in regulation, then first OT put us ahead 5).
He is playing like prime kobe right now. with no fear of the big moment. And despite all the talk of him being selfish, he relinquished the point guard role to harden with no issue
It might turn out that Kyrie and Harden are a perfect fit for a backcourt.
Each of our big 3 could potentially maximize each other’s spacing so much so that we could see something close to basketball nirvana if everything clicks.
KD overwhelms the opponent the first 3 quarters. Harden runs the engine of the high octane offense for 4 quarters.
And then Kyrie is our closer when defenses are tired and have to provide space cause KD+Harden are still on the floor